The Art of Loving God: Learning to Love and Follow Jesus in Daily Life [NOOK Book]

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Practice Makes Perfect
Learning to love God is an art, says Fr. John Hampsch. It requires whole-hearted and concentrated effort "but the rewards are worth it!
In The Art of Loving God, with characteristic wit and wisdom, Fr. Hampsch explores the process of spiritual growth, including the four stages of ...
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The Art of Loving God: Learning to Love and Follow Jesus in Daily Life

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Overview

Practice Makes Perfect
Learning to love God is an art, says Fr. John Hampsch. It requires whole-hearted and concentrated effort "but the rewards are worth it!
In The Art of Loving God, with characteristic wit and wisdom, Fr. Hampsch explores the process of spiritual growth, including the four stages of every person ™s spiritual journey:
? Discovering that God loves us (and wants us to love him back).
? Learning to use the resources God gives us to sustain our faith journey.
? Facing with faithful hearts the potholes, pitfalls, and panic in life.
? Growing to spiritual maturity "and helping others to grow, too.
Reverend John H. Hampsch, C.M.F. is a popular conference speaker and retreat master, and author of numerous pamphlets and books, including Healing Your Family Tree. Fr. Hampsch is a member of Claretian Missionaries.
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In this new work Fr. John Hampsch teaches us how to seek and sustain a loving relationship with God. He also shows us how to respond to God, using the many helps he has given us along the journey ¦. This book will help you find deeper meaning in what life on earth is all about: a heroic love for God and neighbor that is meant to continue for all eternity.
Ursula Babsie Bleasdell
Catholic lay evangelist

John has written of our quest to know and love God in a comprehensive yet entertaining way. I was especially touched by his strength and sensitivity in handling the problem of pain.
Father Michael Manning, SVD
Author of many books including Questions and Answers for Today ™s Catholics;
President of WORDNET, INC.

The Art of Loving God is a treasury of valuable spiritual gems. This book answers many of the critical questions I often hear from lay people desiring to grow in their spiritual and knowledge of the faith.
Dominic Berardino
President, Southern
California Renewal
Communities
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781493184798
  • Publisher: Xlibris US
  • Publication date: 3/28/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 866,643
  • File size: 268 KB

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